Denver Post publisher William Dean Singleton has a very public Obama/Osama moment.
If you work at VisiTech, please don’t tell Lisa Wilson we mentioned her.
Linhart PR client Crocs’ stock continues to fall, this time on the company’s announcement that it has reduced its earnings forecast for Q1. The stock, which peaked at $75.21 less than six months ago, is at $12.60 in after-hours trading today.
PR Newser picks up yesterday’s Denver Post Q&A with PRSA chair Jeff Julin, and in a stroke of pure karma manages to spell reporter Steve Raabe’s name wrong.
Amid the Olympics torch run debacle, The New York Times praises the pro-Tibet forces for their public relations savvy:
“Soon after China was awarded the Olympic Games seven years ago, a series of public relations strategy sessions were held. But it wasn’t the Chinese government holding the sessions: it was grass-roots Tibet support groups in the United States and abroad. The protesters quickly established a communications plan, focused their message and ran camps where they taught members interview skills and even rappelling — as they showed off last week in hanging banners on the Golden Gate Bridge. As a result, the protesters have pulled off a publicity coup.”
Denver-based Atkins Nutritionals selected Minnesota-based Kohnstamm PR as its new public relations AOR following a three-round selection process.
Rudi’s Organic Bakery has tapped Linhart PR as its national public relations firm following a competitive selection process. Linhart will help educate consumers about the importance of including certified organic baked goods in their diets.